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Ceratina abdominalis Smith, 1907

Ceratina abdominalis Smith, 1907:122, ♂♀. Type ♂ and ♀, Monte Redunda, Costa Rica, March, 1902 (leg. L. Bruner). - Smith, 1907Smith, H.S.1907 Contributions toward a monograph of the Ceratinidae of North and Middle America. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 33 (2/3):115-124. (distribution).

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Area distribution map

map of Ceratina abdominalis     Smith, 1907

Distribution

CRICosta Rica
(Smith, 1907)
NICNicaragua
(Smith, 1907)

Literature

  • Smith, H.S.1907 Contributions toward a monograph of the Ceratinidae of North and Middle America. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 33 (2/3):115-124.